Cold War Kids

Cold War Kids

Band

Musicians:
Nathan Willett – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Matthew Maust – Bass
Matthew Schwartz – Keys, Piano, Vocals
Joe Plummer – Drums
Dave Quong – Guitar Vocals

Cold War Kids on KCRW

Cold War Kids' sixth album, LA Divine, pays tribute to Los Angeles and all its strange glory.

Cold War Kids

Cold War Kids' sixth album, LA Divine, pays tribute to Los Angeles and all its strange glory.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

LA's own Cold War Kids joined us for a live session on the day they released Hold My Home in 2014.

Cold War Kids

LA's own Cold War Kids joined us for a live session on the day they released Hold My Home in 2014.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Cold War Kids’ raw brand of bluesy rock sounded fantastic in a session taped at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio in front of a live audience.

Cold War Kids

Cold War Kids’ raw brand of bluesy rock sounded fantastic in a session taped at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio in front of a live audience.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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